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Home Business Tips.Home-based business is a $427 Billion a year industry. That’s more than the pharmaceutical industry, food industry, and consumer goods industry – combined! Develop plans and schedules to work your business, “Yard by yard life is hard, inch by inch it’s a cinch.” It is not enough to merely list each task you need to do; you need to build it into your schedule. So many hours every day you are working on specific actions that will lead to accomplishing your definite objectives. When repeated often enough, you will adopt a powerful habit that will lead you to success and happiness. Often, the cause of inaction is the fear of failure. But isn’t it better to try to do something and fail than to try to do nothing and succeed? Consider for a moment the life of a lobster. When it grows to be about a pound, it faces a crisis. For it has grown too big for its shell. To continue living, it’ll have to shed its shell and grow a new one. But this takes about two days. So, until then, it remains vulnerable to attack and being eaten. Yet, there is no choice. To continue living, it must risk life itself. We are no different, for life is synonymous with growth. To develop, we need to shed our limitations and grow new powers. To refuse to act doesn’t protect us, but suffocates us.

- Keep learning about the industry, company and products
You need your heart (or courage) to…
- Keep your dreams of financial independence alive, we are like a tea bag. You never know how strong you are is until we get in hot water.
- Get you through the times when you think you can’t take one more “no”, or make one more call, or place one more ad
- Reach out to other people and share your products and/or opportunity to improve their lives
I have heard that successful people make decisions quickly and change their minds slowly, while unsuccessful people make decisions slowly and change their minds quickly and often. One of the complaints we usually make is that we do not have enough time to do everything we would like to. Of course, it’s true that time is limited. But here is an interesting paradox: the more we do, the more we can do, and the busier we become, the more free time we create. If you experiment with this premise, you’ll quickly discover how true it is
Makes sense to me – you have to have your head and your heart into whatever you want to accomplish in order to succeed. “A diamond is a chunk of coal that made good under pressure.”
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